Palin Says Priority In Congress Would Be Investigating Hillary Clinton’s Emails & Benghazi
Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin is running for office again in a bid to become an Alaskas sole member of Congress. With experience as a 2008 vice presidential nominee to the late Sen. John McCain, she has enjoyed a relatively successful campaign in the congressional race.
The veteran politician has often fallen short when explaining her policies. During an interview before the 2008 election, Pailin was asked why she would be an asset in negotiations with Russia. She stumbled on her words and said, “Well, I can see Russia from my house.”
In a recent interview, her past weaknesses showed up during an interview with Steve Bannon. She stated that Congress should have “huge, badass rallies” and “fireside chats” for all of America to see.
Pailin also wants to investigate Hillary Clinton‘s emails and begin a second inquiry into the Benghazi attack.
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When asked her main priorities if elected to Congress, Sarah Palin says she wants to reopen the investigation into Hillary’s emails, Benghazi, and “Congress should be having these huge, badass rallies on the steps of the Capitol ..they should be having fireside chats.” pic.twitter.com/qVOtSYAB0t
— Ron Filipkowski ?? (@RonFilipkowski) August 5, 2022
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